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June 2017 | By Laurence Rusiecki @ Dimension Data
Musings on the Internet of Things
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Musings on the Internet of Things
 

Nowadays we take high bandwidth networks and powerful computers for granted, but not that long back this was not the case. Modems were used to squeeze data down networks that were designed for voice traffic and so were relatively low bandwidth. Computers to do the back-end processing just weren’t as powerful as today and were much larger. Sensors were often connected to computers by VERY slow connections.

 

 

Laurence Rusiecki

Senior Client Partner at 

Dimension Data (part of NTT)

 

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